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It is no surprise to find that, in most lines of business, claims managers are assuming heavier caseloads. With 250 or more open files to manage, mastering the multitude of timelines involved with litigated claims drains precious time.

The claims manager’s law firm and staff counsel partners provide critical support and expertise in shouldering the added burden. Even with this assistance, the claims organization is ultimately accountable for managing critical dates and growing legal expenses in an environment where carriers demand ever-increasing transparency and greater control over operational decisions. Often, technology is expected to offer answers. Of course, technology alone can only do so much. To answer all of the questions involved, one must examine the impact of applying technology to the litigation management process and what considerations must be met in order to reach a successful application.

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